British six -year -old boy found strange stones in his garden, and verified that he was coral fossils in the prehistoric era


According to the British media “Daily Star” reported on March 28, a six -year -old boy and father named Sid dug bug in his backyard. He did not expect a fossil from 500 million years ago. Sid is from Wal Sol, England. Last year, he received a set of archeological mining tools as gifts, so he often dug it in the yard. According to Sid, I just wanted to find something such as something interesting bugs and tiles. Who knew that a strange stone was found.

This stone looks like the corner of a certain animal. Sid gave it to his father that it might be the fossil of ancient animals. Sid’s father Visi was originally interested in fossils and had certain professional knowledge. After some comparison, I told my son that this is likely to be a history of coral fossils from prehistoric era, with a history of at least millions of years. Xi De told the media: “I just dug and play at that time, but I did not expect to find such a unique shape of stones. Dad told me that this was a corner coral, which came from a very distant ancient ancient. I was very excited.”


After that, Sid was encouraged, and continued to dig at the place where coral fossils were found, and found some shell -shaped fossils and structures similar to sand sticking together. His father said that Sid also discovered some fossils of Haili, a software animal like squid similar to ancient times. Visi added some groups of fossil enthusiasts on the Internet. He shared his son’s discovery to everyone to identify. Some people recognized that this was actually wrinkled corals, from the ancient generations of 251 million to 488 million.


Vesei said: “In the Pastoral period, England and the entire European continent were still connected, which was called Pangu continent, and all this place was at the bottom of the sea.” Vesei said that he would contact the archaeological experts of the University of Birmingham University in the UK to put these discoveries. Give them to them. “Recently, due to the blocked epidemic, more and more people have discovered treasure in my backyard. I am proud of my son’s young age and discovered such valuable fossils.”